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8:31 AM PDT on June 7, 2022

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    • Climate change is an existential threat (IPCC)
    • Greenhouse gas emissions can be lowered, here's a blueprint (Science Daily)
    • CARB's climate plan is weak (LA Times)
    • Car tires produce way more particle pollution than modern car exhausts (The Guardian)
    • NHTSA asks: should U.S. require speed limiting technology in cars? (Is the Pope Catholic?) (Planetizen)
    • Bus drivers have a hard job (Washington Post)
    • Caltrans to add bike lanes, improve signals along PCH (OC Register)
    • The more e-bikes are seen, the more e-bikes will be ridden (Transfers Magazine)
    • That San Francisco taxi may not have a driver (Route Fifty)
    • New plans for Valley Link Rail project (GoldRushCam)
    • San Diego to get federal grant to replace an old rail bridge (Mass Transit)
    • NCTD and Coastal Commission are not working well together on the Del Mar bluffs (RT&S)
    • Spain considers a law to define mobility as a right (Eltis)

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